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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by dirk Peeters » 09 Feb 2018 17:44

thanks
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Valtoro » 22 Oct 2018 17:28

Is these two armoured doors made for KM?
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 17 Jun 2019 19:30

Nice photo of the T 26 door for ammo hatches in a M.Fl.B. bettung , Regards Jos ( eBay )
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Re: Panzerdoor, unknown type

Post by juestr » 04 Jul 2019 11:20

Hello,
I found these doors in the S473 Bunker.

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size: 1920 x 900 x 10 mm
frame outside: 1930 x 910 mm
2 hinges

In the different topics and lists I could not find a door with these sizes and properties.
Who has an idea ?

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by AvB » 24 Jul 2019 13:30

Are you sure about the measurements? To me it looks like a regular T-17.
There are no T-doors 1920x900.

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Chazette » 28 Jul 2019 18:06

Is a simple T17
0,90 x 1,90 m
two hinges
a central window
a step offset in trapeze (10 cm)
and a wide handle

AC

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 31 Jul 2019 08:43

Hello Alain

If I look at the documents from the T 17 it is 80 by 1.80 m with a overlap of 3 cm. on each side , so the door should be 86 by 1.86 m ??

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Chazette » 25 Aug 2019 21:52

my measurements are made on the entire door (length and total width of an open door)
the only German plans known to these doors give three hinges out T13,14,17, 21 actually have only two hinges and not three as on the plan and they also have a window. So these plans are not extremely viablemy measurements are made on the entire door (length and total width of an open door)
the only German plans known to these doors give three hinges out T13,14,17, 21 actually have only two hinges and not three as on the plan and they also have a window. So these plans are not extremely viable

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 27 Aug 2019 07:31

Could be Alain but the Germans are very "Punktlich" so it also could be a other unknown T number door.

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by dirk Peeters » 28 Aug 2019 08:30

i agree with Jos

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Chazette » 02 Sep 2019 18:33

German plan gave the number of T Door used and all door you see on the ground visit are with counter
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Chazette » 08 Sep 2019 22:41

Could be Alain but the Germans are very "Punktlich" so it also could be a other unknown T number door.

An exemple
this is a T17 door
it has two hinges, a shooting slot, a step, a handle and the T17 is painted on it whereas on the plan there are three hinges, no slot
see
is the same for T21
Nz304 FL250 AC 2019_000087.jpg
Tur 17_1.jpg
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